Training men for the atomic age

United States, 1957

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Episode number 6 of Series “Atoms for Peace”
The training program in nuclear physics for foreign scientists sponsored by the US Atomic Energy Commission. Shows activities at the University of Pennsylvania, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, International School of Nuclear Science and Engineering at La Grange, Illinois, and construction of a nuclear reactor at Shippingport, Pennsylvania.

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